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A cautionary tale

Post by geraint on Fri Jul 07, 2017 1:45 pm

Whilst browsing flea bay looking for various sorts of nostalgic memrobilia for the garage/man cave, came across a medium sized reproduction poster for some of the 1970's wrestling gods, big daddy, giant haystacks etc etc, got a bit excited and really did'nt pay much attention to the actual advert, a brief glance, and straight into the item description, three quid free p+p happy days I'll have some of that, weekend comes and one of the boys from work is doing the electrics in the garage/man cave finally getting power and lights, over the moon as earlier on in the week the poster was delivered, while Chris was doing the work I thought I'd open the poster up have a looksy and stick it on the wall, opened it unfolded it in all its glory and was over the moon there's giant haystacks, kendo Nagasaki and big daddy........hang on who's that in big daddy's arms????
Only "Jimmy bastard saville" affraid affraid affraid
Three quid straight down the drain
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Re: A cautionary tale

Post by shocker on Fri Jul 07, 2017 2:05 pm

I'm not sure what I'd want less on my garage wall?
Jimmy Saville or pictures of some fat, sweaty blokes in leotards  What a Face lol!


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Re: A cautionary tale

Post by mufynman on Fri Jul 07, 2017 3:00 pm

Surely if you wanted to see a fat bloke in a leotard standing in your garage , surely be easier to just buy a mirror .
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Post by shocker on Fri Jul 07, 2017 6:10 pm

mufynman wrote:Surely if you wanted to see a fat bloke in a leotard standing in your garage , surely be easier to just buy a mirror .

No sooner have the words 'bloke' and 'leotard' been uttered when up pops the resident pervert!   No
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Re: A cautionary tale

Post by steve on Fri Jul 07, 2017 9:01 pm

shocker wrote:
mufynman wrote:Surely if you wanted to see a fat bloke in a leotard standing in your garage , surely be easier to just buy a mirror .

No sooner have the words 'bloke' and 'leotard' been uttered when up pops the resident pervert!   No

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Re: A cautionary tale

Post by geraint on Fri Jul 07, 2017 9:37 pm

Jumping rather sharply on the abuse shocker bandwagon Very Happy in my defence during the seventies I was a gullible, naive and impressionable mere slip of a lad and not a middle aged man Very Happy
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Re: A cautionary tale

Post by mufynman on Sat Jul 08, 2017 6:58 am

At least my pervert rating is in the Dick Emery/Benny Hill category . I'm just waiting for Taffy to chip in , who in my book is in the Fritzl/West division .

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Re: A cautionary tale

Post by curl666 on Sat Jul 08, 2017 9:40 pm

lol!

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Re: A cautionary tale

Post by Taffy350 on Sat Aug 05, 2017 1:51 pm

How dare you tar me with the Fritzl brush Muffy, however I do have a new T shirt to go with my "Garry Glitter wearing a Jim'll Fix It Badge & Adolf Hitler holding up his gas bill saying "Fucking how much ?" (which they don't like in the pub), the new 1 is Hanibal Lectar saying to the Tefal guys " Its not non-stick enough, you fucking slap ed's "
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Re: A cautionary tale

Post by mufynman on Mon Aug 07, 2017 9:57 pm

This one is what I used to wear when i was 12



Breaking ones leg did have its advantages


I picked this one for you Taffy to wear when out on patrol
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